Fabulous Folk & Jazz Evening

Posted by on Jan 9, 2019 in Blog, Exhibition Archive, News | No Comments

Last Saturday (5 January) saw the return of Lucky 12 and Firebyrd Trio to Tenby Museum for their Twelfth Night Concert. Lucky 12 – Duncan Whitehurst (guitar and vocals), Rebecca Whitehurst (violin and vocals), Jack Deere Jones (double bass) and Harry Whitehurst (percussion) – played a number of songs from their recently released self-penned album, […]

Successful opening of Unlimited Possibilities

Posted by on Jan 5, 2019 in Blog, Exhibitions | No Comments

Today saw the successful opening of the junior schools and community group art exhibition Unlimited Possibilities.  The exhibition has once again been generously sponsored by Valero.  Barry John MBE of the VC Gallery and Ricky Cook, Labour Relations Manager at Valero were given the arduous task of judging the work and each participating group received […]

Festive Closure

Posted by on Dec 22, 2018 in Blog | No Comments

The museum will be closed from 12.30pm on Saturday 22 December for a Christmas break and recuperation! We will re-open at 10am on Wednesday 2 January 2019. Our first exhibition for the year, opening on Saturday 5 December, is Unlimited Possibilities: A Junior Schools and Community Group art show which has once again been kindly […]

OFFICIAL OPENING ‘UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES’

Posted by on Dec 19, 2018 in Blog, Exhibition Archive, News | No Comments

PEMBROKESHIRE JUNIOR SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITY GROUPS ‘UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES’ You, your family and friends are invited to attend the OFFICIAL OPENING To be opened by Stephen Thornton (Refinery Public Affairs Manager,Valero) and Barry John MBE (The VC Gallery) Displaying art work from; -Tenby Avenue Centre -Tenby VC primary school SATURDAY 5 JANUARY, 2PM – 4PM at […]

Jazz and Folk Twelfth Night Concert

Posted by on Dec 19, 2018 in Blog, Event Archive | No Comments

Tenby Museum & Art Gallery are excited to announce our Twelfth Night @The Museum fundraiser concert happening again in the New Year on Saturday 5th January. Our first occasion, in January 2018, was the first ever concert staged in the museum, an historic occasion which attracted a full house and became the talk of the […]

Christmas Celebrations at Tenby Museum & Art Gallery

Posted by on Dec 18, 2018 in Blog, News | No Comments

Tenby’s Museum & art Gallery have had a bustling weekend whilst celebrating a well-earned success & end to the year. The Museum had been lucky enough to have been allocated a stall at this Years first ‘Tenby Christmas Market & weekend”, which was held in the De Valence. This took place over the weekend of […]

Book of the Month – Memoirs of Owen Glendower (Owain Glendower)

Posted by on Dec 8, 2018 in Blog | No Comments

MEMOIRS OF OWEN GLENDOWER (OWAIN GLYNDWR) With a sketch of the History of the Ancient Britons From the Conquest of Wales by Edward the First to the present time Illustrated with various notes, genealogical and topographical By the Rev. Thomas Thomas Rector of Aberporth, Perpetual Curate of Llanddewi Aberarth, and the Author of the St. […]

The Bear Necessities

Posted by on Dec 8, 2018 in Blog, Event Archive | No Comments

On Thursday 6 December, Mick Brown gave a wonderful insight into the private life of polar bears. Mick had seen his first polar bear in a zoo in 1967 and never believed he would ever see one in the wild. His many slides paid testament to the fact that he had since then managed to […]

Fascinating Insight into World War One

Posted by on Dec 1, 2018 in Blog, Event Archive | No Comments

As part of the museum’s on-going events programme and the WWI centenary commemorations, local historian David Llewellyn gave a fascinating talk last night (Friday 30 November) at Tenby Museum. The talk, entitled The First World War: Challenging Popular Perceptions, gave both a general view of the conflict and put events often overlooked into an historical […]

Windy Wednesday Weather Report – Museum closes Early

Posted by on Nov 28, 2018 in Blog | No Comments

Safe to say Castle Hill today (Wednesday 28 November) is extremely wet and windy indeed, with winds of up to 60 mph hitting us like a brick wall.  The decision has been made to close the museum today at 12.30pm.  Hopefully if the roof stays on and we are actually able to physically open the […]